Happy to chime in -
Been in several private discussions with Rat where we talked about the color of our Slick Chicks.
I agree with most of the other SC club members, that this is one of the best ever. I've had many machines over the years, but down to 3 at the moment and the SC is the first one I play when I go to the basement. Love the fact that some days the machine will kill you and everything drains and then, you tell that bad girl who is boss. Have rolled the score a few times and my best is 1824...not quite as good as Rat who rolled it twice.
You can see it proudly displayed next to my TOM and Bank-A-Ball. Next in the queue is a King of Diamonds which Rat made me order.
My cabinet was recently refinished before I got it. The blue is more of a medium/navy rather than a light/"baby" blue. The pix enclosed seem to have a slight purplish cast to it, but that's likely from the flash. Depending upon the angle and lighting, the blue definitely could look quite dark, or much lighter. The blue does seem to be the same color as the pop bumpers. (which on my machine is the original marbelized plastic).
The white of the cabinet is a stark white and has faint cob web "scratches" in it. To my knowledge, this is a faithful repainting and for my purposes, is fine. I'm not able to bring my machines to the pinball festivals, but definitely think it's great that many of you do. To that, a round of applause to Rat for his Blue Ribbon example
BTW - I turn all my machines on/off via the switch on a surge protector. I can, if I want, turn the TOM off by a switch on the bottom, and the BAB can turn off by opening the coin door and tripping the relay on the back side. But it's easier to use the surge protector.
Also, you'll see in the pictures that I have a repro of the Slick Chick brochure. I went to ipdb and found the picture of the brochure and printed it out in high quality on glossy photographic paper. Looks neat.
Enjoy the games!